Walking Through ‘O.J. Simpson: Made in America’

Walking Through ‘O.J. Simpson: Made in America’

by William E. Ketchum III   Jun 10, 2016

To many younger people who watch ESPN’s 30 for 30 documentary “O.J.: Made In America”, Simpson is primarily known as the man in the... Read More

Same difference documentary LGBT

[Sex & Sexuality] Black Lesbian Taboos Explored in The Same Difference

by Josie Pickens   Sep 11, 2015

Nuanced, full, expository Black stories matter, maybe more today than ever.  As a renewed fire breathes lives into the ongoing Black struggle for human... Read More

New UnivisionTV Documentary Afro-Mexican Hakeem Khaaliq

Culture Clash: New Univision TV Documentary Reveals Afro-Mexican Struggle for Identity

by Shahida Muhammad   Aug 06, 2014

What is it like to be a person of African descent in Mexico? Like most descendants of the Diaspora – it’s complicated.  Living in... Read More

The History of R&B Music

Upcoming Documentary Explores ‘The History of R&B Music’

by Chris Williams   Jul 21, 2014

Legendary musician and producer turned filmmaker Kashif Saleem has embarked on a cinematic journey to tell the rich history of rhythm and blues music... Read More

The New Black Documentary Yoruba Richen

50 Years After the Freedom Summer, the Fight for the Vote Continues

by Kali Holloway   Jun 13, 2014

There is no better proof in 2014 of how invaluable the right to vote is than the amount of money currently being spent on... Read More

Evolution of a Criminal documentary spike lee darius clark monroe

‘Evolution of a Criminal’:
One Man’s Journey from Bank Robbery to Filmmaking

by Margeaux Johnson   May 08, 2014

“He doesn’t look like a criminal.”  Filmmaker Darius Clark Monroe has heard that statement too many times over the last fifteen years.  At the... Read More

taboo yardies documentary

“​Taboo…Yardies” Doc Challenges Homophobia in Jamaica

by Souleo   Apr 17, 2014

When Selena Blake thinks about her native land, Jamaica, there are no images of pristine beaches and sunny skies that come to mind. Instead... Read More

Director Shola Lynch Talks ‘Runner’

Director Shola Lynch Talks ‘Runner’

by Makkada B. Selah   Aug 14, 2013

Documentary filmmaker Shola Lynch is breaking away from the pack. Around this time last year, the New York City native was preparing for the... Read More

‘Call Me Kuchu’ Takes on Uganda’s Struggle for Gay Rights

'Call Me Kuchu' Takes on Uganda's Struggle for Gay Rights

by Michael Arceneaux   Jul 10, 2013

I typically hate the adage “it could always be worse,” because I’ve never found it to be comforting. Why should I feel any better... Read More

[PHOTOS] Procter & Gamble’s ‘My Black is Beautiful’ Debuts ‘Imagine A Future’ Documentary

[PHOTOS] Procter & Gamble's 'My Black is Beautiful' Debuts 'Imagine A Future' Documentary

by #teamEBONY   Apr 23, 2013

Procter & Gamble’s "My Black is Beautiful (MBIB)" campaign continued it's message of young Black female empowerment through film with the premiere of the... Read More